"There's not much to say; there's no bad blood there," he told Nylon Guys, via E! News.
Despite his star power, Hemsworth leads a quiet life and didn't like the attention he received from the media during and after his relationship with Cyrus. He explained, "You never get used to it because you get followed and you get chased and it's never a fun experience. I think when people see photos of you out and about in your personal life, they assume that you've asked for it or that you want that attention, but I don't think anyone in their right mind asks for that kind of thing."
Hemsworth stars in possibly one of the biggest movies of the year, with the third Hunger Games film being released in November. But for Hemsworth, he doesn't feel lucky, because he has worked hard to get where he has gotten.
"If you put the work in, and you show that you're willing to work hard, you'll succeed," Hemsworth said. "I feel that I often put in more work, and that is what separates me from the other people."
But Hemsworth does feel close to his Hunger Games co-stars and, like the rest of them, is sad to see the series coming to an end.
"I've been friends with all these people for so many years now," he said. "I'm so lucky to have Jennifer and Josh and Woody and all these other great people. We've created really strong bonds. It's like high school because we'll mess around for half the day and then we'll do a little bit of work. Everyone's goofing around and trying to mess each other up."
You can read Hemsworth's full interview in Nylon Guys on sale Oct. 2.
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